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Nov. 16, 2022

4 -1409 Newning - application - 11.2 HLC backup original pdf

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Historic Review Application For Office Use Only Date of Submission: Case #: Historic Preservation Office approval Date of Approval:. Property Address: 1//^?//€^^^ /^Wf-^^/T^ ^W T Historic Landmark Historic District (Local) National Register Historic District "^ Historic Landmark oror Historic District Name: \^ft/^^~- /v^ <-A^V\ ^-(^) j ^»c: Applicant Name: 7Wfr/fc»A ^JX-^fJ^' /A^M^hone Applicant Address: f^Ol ^<-^'^1^&~ f^/e-^^C City: A^S'T'//^ _ State: ~7^ ziD-?y 7-<? ^ Please describe all proposed exterior work with location and materials. If you need more space, attach an additional sheet. PROPOSED WORK y ^7l+TZ< K/«-I -^-^.I>nc/<t-r(*>A/ Ty f:<2.or<-r <z-A-t'A.< 6L "ttZc <-A> ry'^yvl- 1^cXud^ /^on-or^^/\^ do^r ^\C<OLWU\\^-^ \M ^.^ b-f- -h~<Vl^D»V^ CC ^ic ^^•^•} de. /I'K. ^1+VAj^'O^ _Mo/-t\&- 3 LOCATION OF PROPOSED WORK PROPOSED MATERIAL(S) S<.«. <Le-+2^|cJ 5t<- d^-h^k^ &"^(^A/U(- Se<. 4A'ttt-llc^ O^UJL^Jt^- 1) 2) 3) Submittal Requirements 1. One set of dimensioned building plans. Plans must: a) specify materials and finishes to be used, and b) show existing and proposed conditions for alterations and additions. Site Plan I I Elevations (T Floor Plan || Roof Plan || 2. Color photographs of building and site: Elevation(s) proposed to be modified Detailed view of each area proposed to be modified Any changes to these plans must be reviewed and approved by the Historic Preservation Office apd/or Historic Landmark Commission. Applicant Signatu^: Date: /v-/3'2.^ Submit complete application, drawirtg§,Jhnd photos to preservation@austintexas.gov. Call (512) 974-3393 with questions. BRASS-MILAM McCall HOUSE 1409 NE]WINGAVE PROPOSAL BY: BENJAMW GEORGE II OFHEAWHVOOD CARPENTRYCo. PROPOSAL FOR: AMANDA COCHRAN-MCCALL SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR'S STANDARDS FOR REHABILITATION 1. A property shall be used for its historic purpose or be placed in a new use that requires minimal change to the defining characteristics of the building and its site and environment. 2. The historic character of a property shall be retained and preserved. The removal of historic materials or alteration of features and spaces that characterize a property shall be avoided. 3. Each property shall be recognized as a physical recotd of its time, place, and use. Changes that create a false sense of historical development, such as adding conjectural features or architectural elements from other buildings, shall not be undertaken. 4. Most properties change over time; those changes that have acquired historic significance in their own right shall be retained and preserved. 5. Distinctive features, finishes, and construction techniques or examples of craftsmanship that characterize a property shall be preserved. 6. Deteriorated historic features shall be …

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5 - 1308 Alta Vista Ave - drawings original pdf

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AVERAGE OF HIGH AND LOW ADJACENT GRADE = 538' - 8 3/4" SITE LEGEND PROPERTY LINE BUILDING SETBACKS X X 6' TALL TEMPORARY CHAIN LINK FENCE OR VERTICAL 2X4 BOARDS AROUND TREE TRUNKS ISSUED DATE PROJECT NUMBER 20039 PRELIMINARY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION This drawing was prepared under the supervision of Paul Clayton. It is not to be used for regulatory approval, permitting, or construction purposes. SCHEMATIC DESIGN N62⁰ 34' 31" E 5.15' 3029 VACATED ALLEY 540'-0" HIGH POINT TENTS 1 & 2 3018 TE 4 0'-0" NT 1 4 T 2 O L 1 T 1 O L TE 4 0'-0" NT 2 CO 540 EXISTING HOME TO REMAIN 3028 525 530 ELEVATED WOODEN GARDEN SHED 520 8 0' 1.3 " E 5 9' 0 0 ⁰ 1 1 N 3027 3026 535 5 T 2 O L 3024 4' 1.4 " E 5 7' 3 5 1 ⁰ 1 1 N O . H . 3025 K C A B T E D S R A R Y A E 0' R 1 3030 3031 O . H . W W 3036 536'-7" LOW ADJACENT GRADE (EXISTING) 3035 O . H . 3032 3034 PP W W E E U U 6 T 2 O L E E U U EXISTING CLEANOUT EXISTING STONE WALL WITH IRON FENCE TO REMAIN EXISTING GAS METER TO REMAIN EXISTING BRICK AND STONE PAVER WALKWAY TO REMAIN EXISTING GAS METER AND GAS LINE TO REMAIN. EXISTING GATE TO REMAIN Y D ALLE ET OF LOT 25, ET OF LOT 26 ATE C A NT V ST 36.5 FE D LOT 10 ST 34 FE E ADJA A E E A LOT 9 A S TH E E D TH D TH PLU N A E C N N A 3015 3017 3016 3005 S62⁰ 0 8' 59" E 191.47' 5' SID E S ETB A C K EXISTING POOL 3003 3006 3033 3019 7 T 2 O L T 8 O L EXISTING BRICK PAVER WALKWAY TO REMAIN 3020 3022 3021 3023 3010 GC TO PROVIDE AIR SPADING WITHIN TREE CRZ PRIOR TO ANY EXCAVATION OR DIGGING PROPOSED LOCATION OF NEW GARAGE 540'-10 3/4" HIGH ADJACENT GRADE (EXISTING) 541 W 3004 3014 3012 3013 3000 540 GC TO PROVIDE AIR SPADING WITHIN TREE CRZ PRIOR TO ANY EXCAVATION OR DIGGING W HTS VIS HEIG G. 15 CK 3 OL. 3, P BLO P.R.T.C. …

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Nov. 16, 2022

6 - 1020 Spence St - 11.2 HLC backup original pdf

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A PP ROACH | NP S 1 SECRETA RY OF INT ERIOR’S STANDARDS HISTORIC BUILDINGS NEW ADDITIONS “ Placin g f un ction s a nd s erv ice s r equired for th e ne w use in n on - cha r acte r- d ef ining interior s pa ces ra th er t han ins ta ll in g a new addition. Con st ructi ng a new a dd ition s o t hat t here is th e lea s t pos s ib le los s of hist oric materials a nd s o th at ch ar acte r- def ining fe atures are not ob scur ed , d a ma ge d, or d es tr oye d. Loca ting the at tac hed ex ter ior a ddition at the re a r or on an in con sp icuous sid e of a historic b uild ing ; and limiting it s s ize a n d scale in re la tions hip to the his toric b uild ing. Des ig ning new a dd ition s in a m anner t hat make s cle ar w hat i s his toric a nd what is new.” PRE CEDENT S 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN NEW ALLEY ENTRY 2 NEW GARAGE AND STUDY AP T NEW STRUCTURE SE T BACK CONNEC TION WALKWAY/ BRIDGE EXISTING HOME TO REMAIN SI TE ST UDY 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN 3 EXI ST ING PH OTOS 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN 4 NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WHITE STACK BOND BRICK. EXISTING HOUSE TO REMAIN. PATCH AND MATCH ANY NEW OPENINGS TO MATCH EXITNG SIDING. EXI ST ING PH OTOS 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN 5 NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WHITE STACK BOND BRICK. NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WOOD SIDING. FENESTRATION IN BLACK FRAMES. NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN STUCCO. FENESTRATION IN BLACK FRAMES. EXISTING HOUSE TO REMAIN. PATCH AND MATCH ANY NEW OPENINGS TO MATCH EXITNG SIDING. NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WHITE STACK BOND BRICK. EXI ST ING PH OTOS 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN

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6 - 1020 Spence St - drawings - 11.2 HLC backup original pdf

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GENERAL NOTES THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY AND COORDINATE SIZES, LOCATIONS AND "ALIGN" AS USED IN THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL MEAN TO ACCURATELY LOCATE ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT TO THE OWNER CONFIRMATIONS OF ORDERS, THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND EACH SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE ALL MATERIALS FURNISHED UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE NEW UNLESS NOTED THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS TO THE ARCHITECT FOR APPROVAL ALL MEP RELATED ITEMS SHOULD BE REVIEWED BY THE ENGINEER AND MAY BE ADJUSTED CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ADEQUATELY BRACING AND PROTECTING ALL THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CERTIFY SIZE AND LOCATION OF ALL REQUIRED OPENINGS FOR 1. REGULATIONS, ORDINANCES AND STANDARDS, HAVING JURISDICTION, INCLUDING APPLICABLE TEXAS LAW AND AMERICAN'S WITH DISABILITIES ACT. IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONFLICTS CONCERNING COMPLIANCE WITH SUCH CODES, ORDINANCES OR STANDARDS, THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR NOTIFYING THE ARCHITECT BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK IN QUESTION. ALL NECESSARY LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, TESTS, ETC. SHALL BE PROCURED AND PAID FOR BY THE CONTRACTOR. ALL NECESSARY PERMITS SHALL BE PROCURED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND PAID FOR BY OWNER. 2. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING ALL CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, FIELD CONDITIONS AND DIMENSIONS FOR ACCURACY AND CONFIRMING THAT THE WORK IS BUILDABLE AS SHOWN AND MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODES BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONSTRUCTION. IF THERE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THESE OR OTHER COORDINATION ISSUES, THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING A CLARIFICATION FROM THE ARCHITECT BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK IN QUESTION OR RELATED WORK. 3. STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK AND EQUIPMENT WITH TRADES INVOLVED. 4. FOR CHECKING EXISTING CONDITIONS AT THE JOB SITE BEFORE SUBMITTING PROPOSALS. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS SHALL BE TAKEN AS EVIDENCE THAT SUCH INSPECTIONS HAVE BEEN MADE. CLAIMS FOR EXTRA COMPENSATION FOR WORK THAT COULD HAVE BEEN FORESEEN BY SUCH INSPECTION, WHETHER SHOWN ON CONTRACT DOCUMENTS OR NOT, SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR PAID. 5. OTHERWISE. ALL WORK SHALL BE GUARANTEED AGAINST DEFECTIVE MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR AFTER THE DATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION OR ACCEPTANCE OF THE WORK. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT HIS OWN EXPENSE WHEN ORDERED TO DO SO. ALL WORK THAT MAY DEVELOP DEFECTS IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP WITHIN THE ONE YEAR TIME PERIOD. 6. ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S PUBLISHED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SERVICE INTENDED, AS INTERPRETED BY THE ENGINEER AND ARCHITECT. THE INSTALLATION OF …

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Nov. 16, 2022

8 - 600 Congress Exterior Signs - presentation original pdf

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8 - 600 Congress Exterior Signs - presentation - revised original pdf

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600 Congress Downtown Sign District Regulations Historic Preservation Sign Code Number of Signs: The Commission allows one sign per building, unless the building has multiple tenants; in this case, the Commission may allow one sign per façade module, if the façade modules correspond to tenant spaces. The Commission may also allow one sign for each street frontage if the building is at an intersection. A single directory sign is appropriate for a large building with multiple tenants. Sign Types: The Commission may allow window signs, awning signs, projecting signs, and flush mounted signs for most commercial buildings. Freestanding signs are allowed for office and retail uses in historic residential buildings. City codes prohibit the Commission from approving the following sign types: (1) rotating, (2) off-premise, (3) roof signs, (4) portable, or (5) signs which flash or blink at intervals. City code also prohibits handbills, posters, or placards on a structure except inside a window or on a bulletin board. Sign Size: The maximum size for signs depends on the sign type: 1. Projecting (blade) signs: 6 square feet 2. Flush-mounted signs: 7% of the overall façade area, with a maximum height of 2 feet and a maximum size of 20 square feet 3. Window signs: The lesser of 20% of the window or 8 square feet 4. Awning signs: The lesser of 20% of the awning panel or 8 square feet. Large commercial buildings (over 3 stories): Cumulative signage may not exceed 40 square feet per façade and must comply with a signage plan for the building. Lighting: Lighting must be indirect, and may be accomplished through shielded incandescent lights attached to the top of the sign, "halo" lighting, or recessed can lighting in awnings. Internally-lit cabinet signs are not allowed for signs on historic buildings or within the historic districts. Sign Placement: Flush-mounted and projecting (blade) signs should be positioned near the business entrance immediately above the principal entry to the business. Single-tenant signs are not allowed over doorways serving multiple tenants. As required by the city land development code, the bottom of the sign shall be a minimum of nine (9) feet above the sidewalk. When feasible, place signs to align with others in the block. Signs should not obscure or cover architectural elements, such as windows, decorative banding, or other ornamentation. 9ft 9ft 9ft 3 3 3 nt 6 nt 6 nt 6 a a a n …

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9 - 1800 Guadalupe - presentation original pdf

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1800 Guadalupe Street Architectural Review Committee – Item #9 November 16, 2022 1 Site Aerial 2 Site Aerial 3 • 0.3254 acres • Building footprint: approx. 3,391 square feet; total floor area: approx. 10,173 square Property Details Size: feet Current Use: • Administrative/Professional Office Zoning: • DMU – Downtown Mixed Use 4 Zoning Map 5 Structure Alteration History 1923 After 1935 1979 1980s/2003 1984 1984-5 2022 Original two-story Carman Apartments built with flat roof Front porch expanded, west addition constructed Building renovated to add air conditioning Approx. 60% of windows replaced or added Third floor addition built with new dormer windows, chimneys and roof Building remodeled from apartments to office Review by Historic Landmark Commission for Demolition Permit 6 Structure – Current Context 7 Structure – Current Context 8 Surrounding Context Guadalupe Street – Looking South West Portion of Property – Looking North 9 Historic Aerial Imagery – 1955 From UT Tower 10 Building Alterations 1984 – 3rd Floor Addition 1985 – Exterior and Interior Remodel 11 Building Alterations 12 Summary • The structure at 1800 Guadalupe Street has undergone numerous alterations and renovations since it was built • Over half (approximately 60%) of the windows are not original • 32/82 of current windows are original • The 3rd floor and roof are not original, and were bult in the 1980s • Building extension materials not original • Originally wood, today is hardiboard • Structure no longer retains any historic context • Front and rear (east and west) porches are not original 13 Request We respectfully request your approval for a demolition permit for the structure located at 1800 Guadalupe Street. 14 15

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9 - 1800 Guadalupe - presentation - revised original pdf

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1800 Guadalupe Street Architectural Review Committee – Item #9 November 16, 2022 1 Site Aerial 2 Site Aerial 3 • 0.3254 acres • Building footprint: approx. 3,391 square feet; total floor area: approx. 10,173 square Property Details Size: feet Current Use: • Administrative/Professional Office Zoning: • DMU – Downtown Mixed Use 4 Designation Criteria: LDC §25-2-352(A): The council may designate a structure or site as a historic landmark (H) combining district if: 1. The property is at least 50 years old and represents a period of significance of at least 50 years ago, unless the property is of exceptional importance as defined by National Register Bulletin 22, National Park Service (1996); 2. The property retains a high degree of integrity, as defined by the National Register of Historic Places, that clearly conveys its historical significance and does not include an addition or alteration which has significantly compromised its integrity; and 3. The property a. b. Architecture Is individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places; or is designated as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, State Archeological Landmark, or National Historic Landmark; or demonstrates significance in at least two of the following categories: i. ii. Historical Associations iii. Archeology iv. Community Value Landscape Feature v. 5 Designation Criteria: Point-By-Point • Age – Over 50 Years Old. • Staff Report: The building is more than 50 years old. • Our Research: We agree that the original structure is more than 50 years old. 6 Designation Criteria: Point-By-Point • Structure Appears to Retain High Integrity. • Staff Report: The structure appears to retain high integrity. • Our Research: We respectfully disagree – the exterior façade on all four sides of the structure has been altered significantly in numerous ways since it was originally constructed in 1923. 7 Structure Alteration History 1923 After 1935 1979 1980s/2003 1984 1984-5 Original two-story Carman Apartments built with flat roof Front porch expanded, west addition constructed Building renovated to add air conditioning Approx. 60% of windows replaced or added Third floor addition built with new dormer windows, chimneys and roof Building remodeled from apartments to office 8 Structure – Current Context 9 Structure – Current Context 10 Historic Aerial Imagery – 1955 From UT Tower 11 Building Alterations 1984 – 3rd Floor Addition 1985 – Exterior and Interior Remodel 12 Building Alterations Alterations Key: Red = Replacement (1984) Blue = Replacement (Unknown date) Black= Original 13 Designation …

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Nov. 15, 2022

Agenda original pdf

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REGULAR MEETING of the PRESERVATION PLAN COMMITTEE of the HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – 11:00 A.M. STREET-JONES BUILDING, ROOM 400A 1000 E. 11TH STREET AUSTIN, TEXAS Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-3393 or preservation@austintexas.gov. CURRENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Beth Valenzuela, Chair Harmony Grogan CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Ben Heimsath Carl Larosche AGENDA Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES October 18, 2022 1. DISCUSSION ITEMS Draft plan release timing Awareness campaign (#1) update Feedback on draft graphics Proposed terminology change Working group stakeholder representation Future meeting timing 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call the board liaison at the Historic Preservation Office at (512) 974-3393 for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Preservation Plan Committee, please contact Cara Bertron at (512) 974-1446.

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10.18.22 Draft Minutes original pdf

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REGULAR MEETING of the PRESERVATION PLAN COMMITTEE of the HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18 – 11:00 A.M. STREET-JONES BUILDING, ROOM 400A 1000 E. 11TH STREET AUSTIN, TEXAS Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-3393 or preservation@austintexas.gov. CURRENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS: x Beth Valenzuela, Chair x Harmony Grogan x Ben Heimsath ab Carl Larosche DRAFT MINUTES CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. There were no speakers APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. 2. June 29, 2022 August 15, 2022 MOTION: Approved the minutes on a motion by Commissioner Heimsath, seconded by Commissioner Valenzuela. Vote 3-0. DISCUSSION ITEMS 3. ULI Technical Assistance Panel update • In future discussions with ULI TAP – stress the term “preservation” be solely connected to the Historic Preservation Program and current Preservation Plan initiatives. Not to be confused with projects or programs outside of our prevue. 4. Preservation plan handoff workshop recap • Meeting canceled due to lack of quorum. Informal conversations were recorded by staff. • City Council fully funded Preservation Plan proposed budget for FY23. 5. Project website updates • Summer Intern, Katherine Enders, developed and posted a survey to the website for public feedback and input. • Draft Recommendations for Preservation Plan will be posted to website within the next month. platforms. 6. Communications about draft plan this fall • Flyers will start to be posted around Austin. • Social media outreach and engagement videos will begin to appear on online • Press releases will be sent out regularly through the beginning of the year. • Reaching out to City Boards & Commissions to raise interest. 7. Engagement around draft plan • Hiring process has opened for consultant firm. • Newly created (temporary) staff position will begin hiring process early next year. • Look into combining Committee and Working Group meetings for future meetings. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS • Consultant scope • Community Ambassador recruitment • City Council …

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Approved Minutes original pdf

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2. 3. 4. 5. REGULAR MEETING of the PRESERVATION PLAN COMMITTEE of the HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – 11:00 A.M. STREET-JONES BUILDING, ROOM 400A 1000 E. 11TH STREET AUSTIN, TEXAS Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-3393 or preservation@austintexas.gov. CURRENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS: x Beth Valenzuela, Chair x Harmony Grogan x Ben Heimsath ab Carl Larosche DRAFT MINUTES CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL Speakers signed up prior to the meeting being called to order will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. October 18, 2022 DISCUSSION ITEMS  Postponed to next scheduled meeting Draft plan release timing Awareness campaign (#1) update  Drafting newsletters for launch  Initial mailing list at 320 recipients Feedback on draft graphics Proposed terminology change 6.  TAG and Equity Office input  Remove “empower” term from draft Working group stakeholder representation  Seek additional working group members to have full representation 7. Future meeting timing  Next meeting scheduled for Dec. 7th at 11:00am  Third Tuesday of the month for 2023 FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS  Update on filling staff positions ADJOURNMENT – 12:06 on a motion by Commissioner Heimsath, seconded by Commissioner Grogan. Vote 3-0. The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. Meeting locations are planned with wheelchair access. If requiring Sign Language Interpreters or alternative formats, please give notice at least 2 days (48 hours) before the meeting date. Please call the board liaison at the Historic Preservation Office at (512) 974-3393 for additional information; TTY users route through Relay Texas at 711. For more information on the Preservation Plan Committee, please contact Cara Bertron at (512) 974-1446. The minutes were approved at the December 7, 2022 meeting on Commissioner Heimsath’s motion, Commissioner Valenzuela second on a 3-0 vote.

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Preview List original pdf

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Historic Landmark Commission Applications under Review for November 2, 2022 Meeting This list does not constitute a formal agenda and is subject to change. A final agenda will be posted at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, email preservation@austintexas.gov or call Amber Allen at (512) 974-3393. Briefings 2. Palm District Plan Historic zoning applications 3. 2311 Woodlawn Boulevard – The Felts-Moss House Historic landmark and historic district applications 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 900 Blanco Street – Castle Hill Local Historic District – Addition/remodel (Postponed October 5, 2022) 115 E. 5th Street – Heierman Building – Addition/remodel (Postponed October 5, 2022) 800 Edgecliff Terrace – Helena and Robert Ziller House – New therapy pool house (Postponed October 5, 2022) 606 E. 3rd Street/1005 Lydia Street – Robertson-Stuart Mair Local Historic District – relocation of home into historic district (Postponed October 5, 2022) 1606 Niles Road – Pease Mansion – Addition/remodel 4308 Duval Street – Hyde Park Local Historic District – Addition/remodel 706 Oakland Avenue – Webster House – Addition/remodel 1409 Newning Avenue – Brass-Milam House – New front door/entry 811 W. Live Oak Street – Green Pastures – Relocation/partial demolition/exterior work 316 Congress Avenue – W. B. Smith Building – 3rd & Congress Project National Register district permit applications 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 512 E. Monroe Street – Travis Heights – Fairview Park National Register District – Demolish a contributing house and build new construction (postponed October 5, 2022) 1315 & 1317 Newning Avenue - Travis Heights – Fairview Park National Register District – Demolish a contributing building and build new construction (postponed October 5, 2022) 1506 W. 32nd Street – Old West Austin National Register District – Demolish a contributing structure and build new construction 2512 Wooldridge Dr. – Old West Austin National Register District – Demolish a contributing structure and build new construction 1006 Eason Street – West Line National Register District – Demolish a …

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10.0 - 706 Oakland - Webster House original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR- 2022-155777 WEBSTER HOUSE 706 OAKLAND 10.0 – 1 PROPOSAL Alterations to circa 1917 single-family residence. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Replacement of all existing windows with matching existing style except for stained glass windows. 2) Stained glass windows will be restored/repaired as necessary. 3) To establish a ground floor entry requires excavation of grade within the existing crawlspace beneath the current Living Room. 4) The new mudroom/laundry room will be located in this space under the Living Room and will connect to the home's common area via a new interior staircase. The crawlspace access door on the south elevation will be relocated a few feet to the west and enlarged to a full-size entry door accessed from the new parking space. New wood board door to match the existing exterior wood. 5) The new parking space, located in the approximate location of a previous driveway eliminated in a prior remodel, will allow one vehicle to be parked off-street. 6) The remodel proposes updates to the circa 1980s primary suite addition at the southwest corner of the house. The work proposes changes to the south and east facades of this one-story addition via two new windows into the primary bedroom on the west facade (side-yard facing) to meet egress requirements and to provide natural light into the primary bedroom 7) All proposed new and relocated windows and doors will match historic fenestration styles. Access to the circa 1990s porch (located on the south side of the house) is relocated from the east-facing facade to the south-facing facade (Office), replacing an existing window. This new door will be built and finished to match the existing historic back door of the house. 8) Removing and patching an existing window opening on the rear ground level. 9) New concrete driveway 10) Steel edge retaining wall 11) Patch and repair the existing roof 12) Patch, repair, and restore existing stair 13) Infill existing crawlspace door to match existing underpinning 14) New door to mimic existing back door on western façade ARCHITECTURE & RESEARCH The Webster House became a local landmark in October 2009. The ca. 1917 house is an eclectic Craftsman-style house associated with the Webster sisters, prominent teachers of students with hearing impairments. One-story rectangular-plan front-gabled frame house with a two-story front-gabled frame “pop-up” section in the center; single and paired 1:1 windows …

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10.1 - 706 Oakland Ave -Webster House - Site Plan original pdf

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Sooch Residence 706 Oakland Ave., Austin, Tx 78703 Historic Review October 14, 2022 Architect Sanders Architecture 3706 Kerbey Lane Austin, Texas 78731 (512) 482-9258 GENERAL G0.00 G0.01 G1.10 G2.60 DEMOLITION D1.10 D1.11 D1.12 Cover Sheet. 3D Axonometrics Site Plan. Window Types. Demo Floor Plan - Ground Floor. Demo Floor Plan - First Floor. Demo Floor Plan - Second Floor. ARCHITECTURAL A1.00 A1.01 A1.02 A1.30 A3.00 A3.01 A5.00 Floor Plan - Ground Floor. Floor Plan - First Floor. Floor Plan - Second Floor. Roof Plan. Exterior Elevations. Exterior Elevations. Existing Photos. These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Tremont St 6 4 8 4 13 5 3 Oakland Ave 6 8 3 Axon - SW Corner. 2 Axon - SE corner. 13 3 5 4 7 6 8 13 13 11 12 10 2 2 Tremont St 9 O a k l a n d A v e 1 KEYNOTES 1 New concrete driveway 2 Steel edge retaining wall 3 Existing roof structure over porch 4 New window to match adjacent existing style 5 Replace existing windows, typ. 6 Remove existing window opening 7 Patch and repair existing roof 8 Patch, repair, and paint existing siding 9 Patch, repair, and restore existing stair 10 Infill existing crawlspace door to match existing 11 New door to mimic existing back door on western facade 12 New wood board door, to match existing exterior wood underpinning door finish 13 Existing stained glass window, to be restored as required 3 13 5 5 9 13 2 1 2 Oakland Ave t t S n e m o r T 1 Axon - NE Corner. PROGRESS PRINT NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Copyright: These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. e c n e d i s e R h c o o S , . e v A d n a l k a O 6 0 7 3 0 7 8 7 x T , n i t s u A Historic Review October 14, 2022 Drawn by: CG,MC,EK Checked by: CS Revisions: 3D Axonometrics G0.01 Y Y U U G G P U P U P U 9 …

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10.2 - 706 Oakland Webster House- roof plans original pdf

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5 ROOF PLAN NOTES 1. X . 1 0 3 A / 2 . 0 0 3 A / 2 1/A3.00 6 1 2 4 3 1/A3.01 N 1 Roof Plan. 1/4" = 1'-0" KEYNOTES 1 Patch and repair existing standing seam roof 2 New standing seam metal roof to match existing, as required to remove skylights 3 Existing roof structure over porch 4 Existing awning, below 5 Existing chimney 6 Existing vent SHEET REFERENCES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Refer to G2.01 for wall types and partition types. Refer to G2.50 for door and frame types and schedules. Refer to G2.60 for window types and schedule. Refer to G3.01 for finish schedule, appliance schedule, plumbing fixture schedule, bath accessory schedule. Refer to A2.01 for lighting fixture legend and lighting dimensions. PROGRESS PRINT NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Copyright: These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. e c n e d i s e R h c o o S , . e v A d n a l k a O 6 0 7 3 0 7 8 7 x T , n i t s u A Historic Review October 14, 2022 Drawn by: CG,MC,EK Checked by: CS Revisions: Roof Plan. A1.30

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10.3 - 706 Oakland - Webster House - demo plans original pdf

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1/A3.00 1/A3.01 KEYNOTES 1 Excavate existing soil to prepare for new foundation; shore 2 Remove existing door and infill to match existing as required underpinning 3 Remove portion of existing fence 4 Remove existing stone steps and low planter walls 5 Prepare wall for new door; ref. structural 6 Existing 17" Southern Magnolia tree; protect during construction 7 Existing 15" Palm tree 8 Existing 24.5" Crape Myrtle tree to be removed 9 Remove / relocate existing water / gas meters DEMO PLAN NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Refer to architectural drawings prior to demolition to understand the scope of work. Re: sheet A1.01 for the architectural floor plan. All existing electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems to be removed. Contractor to take care protecting existing wood flooring while demolishing adjacent elements. All existing glass panel windows to be removed and replaced. Remove all ceiling finishes and insulation. Expose all structural framing and ceilings. 6 7 . 0 0 3 A / 2 2 4 5 1 3 Full CRZ LEGEND 1/2 CRZ 9 1/4 CRZ WG 8 PROGRESS PRINT NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Copyright: These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. e c n e d i s e R h c o o S , . e v A d n a l k a O 6 0 7 3 0 7 8 7 x T , n i t s u A Historic Review October 14, 2022 Drawn by: CG,MC,EK Checked by: CS Revisions: Demo Floor Plan - Ground Floor. D1.10 line of first floor, above N 1 Ground Floor Demo Plan. 1/4" = 1'-0" 1/A3.00 4 1 14 2 1/A3.01 7 3 6 . 1 0 3 A / 2 5 2 2 3 N 1 First Floor Demo Plan. 1/4" = 1'-0" 8 9 12 10 11 1/4 CRZ KEYNOTES 1 Demo wall where dashed and not poched, typ. 2 Demo portion of existing wall to allow for new window 3 Remove existing window and infill wall to match 4 Remove existing window and wall as needed to prepare for 5 Demo shed, patio flatwork, pavers, and trellis structure 6 Remove existing pavers and store for potential reuse; ref. new door associated landscape 7 Remove shed and patch existing exterior wall 8 Mechanical systems …

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10.4 - 706 Oakland Ave -Webster House - Plans continued original pdf

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Sooch Residence 706 Oakland Ave., Austin, Tx 78703 Historic Review October 14, 2022 Architect Sanders Architecture 3706 Kerbey Lane Austin, Texas 78731 (512) 482-9258 GENERAL G0.00 G0.01 G1.10 G2.60 DEMOLITION D1.10 D1.11 D1.12 Cover Sheet. 3D Axonometrics Site Plan. Window Types. Demo Floor Plan - Ground Floor. Demo Floor Plan - First Floor. Demo Floor Plan - Second Floor. ARCHITECTURAL A1.00 A1.01 A1.02 A1.30 A3.00 A3.01 A5.00 Floor Plan - Ground Floor. Floor Plan - First Floor. Floor Plan - Second Floor. Roof Plan. Exterior Elevations. Exterior Elevations. Existing Photos. These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Tremont St 6 4 8 4 13 5 3 Oakland Ave 6 8 3 Axon - SW Corner. 2 Axon - SE corner. 13 3 5 4 7 6 8 13 13 11 12 10 2 2 Tremont St 9 O a k l a n d A v e 1 KEYNOTES 1 New concrete driveway 2 Steel edge retaining wall 3 Existing roof structure over porch 4 New window to match adjacent existing style 5 Replace existing windows, typ. 6 Remove existing window opening 7 Patch and repair existing roof 8 Patch, repair, and paint existing siding 9 Patch, repair, and restore existing stair 10 Infill existing crawlspace door to match existing 11 New door to mimic existing back door on western facade 12 New wood board door, to match existing exterior wood underpinning door finish 13 Existing stained glass window, to be restored as required 3 13 5 5 9 13 2 1 2 Oakland Ave t t S n e m o r T 1 Axon - NE Corner. PROGRESS PRINT NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Copyright: These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. e c n e d i s e R h c o o S , . e v A d n a l k a O 6 0 7 3 0 7 8 7 x T , n i t s u A Historic Review October 14, 2022 Drawn by: CG,MC,EK Checked by: CS Revisions: 3D Axonometrics G0.01 Y Y U U G G P U P U P U 9 …

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10.5 - 706 Oakland Ave -Webster House - photos original pdf

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Existing Oakland Avenue Facade Existing Tremont Avenue Facade Existing West Facade Existing West Facade Existing South Facade PROGRESS PRINT NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Copyright: These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. e c n e d i s e R h c o o S , . e v A d n a l k a O 6 0 7 3 0 7 8 7 x T , n i t s u A Historic Review October 14, 2022 Drawn by: CG,MC,EK Checked by: CS Revisions: Existing Photos. A5.00

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10.6 - 706 Oakland Ave -Webster House - Elevations and window types original pdf

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9 W-6 9 W-6 W-5 8 101b W-10 10 101a 8 8 8 W-1 W-1 W-1 KEYNOTES 1 New standing seam metal roof to match existing 2 Existing roof structure over porch 3 New steel edge retaining wall 4 New concrete driveway 5 Patch and repair existing roof 6 Patch, repair, and restore existing stair 7 Patch, repair, and paint existing siding 8 Replace existing windows, typ. 9 New window to match adjacent existing style 10 Existing stained glass window, to be restored as required 119' - 2" Roof 110' - 5" Second Floor 100' - 0" First Floor 91' - 0" Ground Floor 5 W-9 10 6 5 7 1 8 W-2b 1 8 W-2a 1 7 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 W-1 8 8 W-2 W-2 6 3 4 2 East Elevation. 1/4" = 1'-0" 1 2 119' - 2" Roof 110' - 5" Second Floor 100' - 0" First Floor 91' - 0" Ground Floor 1 North Elevation. 1/4" = 1'-0" PROGRESS PRINT NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION Copyright: These drawings are property of the architect and may not be reproduced, distributed, published, or used in any way without written consent of the architect. e c n e d i s e R h c o o S , . e v A d n a l k a O 6 0 7 3 0 7 8 7 x T , n i t s u A Historic Review October 14, 2022 Drawn by: CG,MC,EK Checked by: CS Revisions: Exterior Elevations. A3.00 7 12 Remove existing windows, typ. 13 Existing stained glass window, to be restored as required PROGRESS PRINT 5 W-2 1 W-3a 5 W-2 1 W-3a 105 12 10 2 West Elevation. 1/4" = 1'-0" 7 9 7 5 W-2 5 W-2 5 W-2 13 W-4 5 W-2 5 W-2 5 W-2 10 9 12 10 8 5 W-7 2 115a 5 W-8 4 001a 3 11 1 South Elevation. 1/4" = 1'-0" 3 91' - 0" Ground Floor 6 100' - 0" First Floor KEYNOTES 1 New window to match adjacent existing style 2 New door to mimic existing back door on western facade 3 New steel edge retaining wall 4 New wood board door, to match existing exterior wood door finish 5 Replace existing windows, typ. 6 Patch, repair, …

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11.0 -1409 Newning original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-1555-42 BRASS-MILAM HOUSE 1409 NEWNING 11.0 – 1 PROPOSAL Demolition and new construction of entryway door and surround. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Entryway fabrication to include non-original door replacement, transom repair, and side light alteration ARCHITECTURE & RESEARCH DESIGN STANDARDS 1409 Newning was designated a local historic landmark in February 1992. The City of Austin’s Historic Design Standards (March 2021) are based on the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation and are used to evaluate projects at historic. The following standards apply to the proposed project: Repair and alterations 1. General standards The project proposes to demolish and rebuild the historic main façade entry assembly. This approach would not only destroy the original historic design and fabric but the new design creates a sense of false historicism. 1.1 Do not remove intact historic material from the exterior of a building. 1.2 Always attempt repair first. Replacement should only be undertaken when absolutely necessary and for the smallest area possible. 1.3 When historic material must be replaced due to damage or deterioration, replacement materials should look the same, perform reliably within the existing construction, and, in most cases, be made of the same material. 1.4 Do not attempt to re-create an architectural detail or element without proof that it existed on the building historically. Documentation can be physical (traces on the building), written (such as building plans), or photographic. 5. Windows, doors and screens If the door is non-original it should be replaced with a new unit based on documentation of the historic door or a new design compatible with the historic opening. The same approach should be taken with the windows in the door assembly. Repairing rather than replacing the transom is appropriate. 5.1 Repair, rather than replace, historic windows, doors, and screens; and their trim, surrounds, sidelights, transoms, and shutters, unless they are deteriorated beyond the point of stabilization or restoration. Retain windows if 50% or more of the wood or metal sash members are intact. a. Using modern material in repairs and patches is a possibility if the material has proven appropriate and stable in similar uses. 5.3 If historic windows must be replaced, match the size and details of the existing window, including configuration, profile, and finish. Take into account elements such as frames, sashes, muntins, sills, heads, moldings, surrounds, hardware, and shutters. 5.5 Do …

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